It’s no secret that car companies haven’t been giving us much in terms of prices in recent months. The reverberations of the covid pandemic, the chip crisis, the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and the rocketing rise in energy prices were reflected in the price lists of new cars. Fortunately, in recent weeks we have witnessed the opposite approach – the big car brands are starting to cut prices! The most recent addition is Volkswagen with two traditional models.

He is launching an edition on the Czech market Polo Limited a Golf Limited. Both stand out above all for their attractive base price and diverse range of power units. Let’s start with a smaller Field that starts at an amount 399,900 CZK with a 1.0 TSI 70 kW engine and a five-speed manual transmission. Standard equipment includes a multifunctional leather steering wheel, LED headlights, a digital instrument panel, a lane keeping system, four USB-C connectors or electrically folding and adjustable rear-view mirrors.

The same design can also be purchased with a seven-speed DSG automatic transmission for CZK 447,900. The more powerful three-cylinder 1.0 TSI/81 kW is already connected exclusively to the automatic and starts at 465,900 CZK.

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The VW Polo underwent a facelift at the beginning of 2021. It received an army of safety and assistance systems, but also Matrix LED headlights, until then known mainly from higher classes.

In addition to the items listed on the smaller Polo, the larger Golf Limited also has adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, decorative interior lighting with ten colors or heated front seats. Only the more powerful version of the liter three-cylinder TSI is offered here, which comes with a six-speed manual 529,900 CZK. The automatic version is also a mild-hybrid (eTSI) and costs CZK 614,900. There is also a four-cylinder fifteen-cylinder with a power of 96 or 110 kW, which will cost at least CZK 555,900 and CZK 581,900 respectively.